reverend irma

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About reverend irma

  • Rank
    Reverend

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Marital Status
    committed spiritual evolution
  • Location
    Haverhill, MA

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  • Interests
    Animal Protection, Family, Spirituality, PC Games, Writing, Bones, Medium, Lie To Me, Movies from the 1940's through the 1960's, suspense films, thrillers, courtroom dramas, computer animated movies, sentimental comedies, books and reading material on spirituality, counseling and comforting those in pain, nature, the smell of spring in the air, the smell of summer, the first snowfall, the ocean, compassionate acts, easy listening music, 70's music especially America, The Partridge Family, The Carpenters, Carole King, and from the 80's Abba and Air Supply, Lionell Ritchie, Stevie Wonder, The Donny and Marie Show, Lawrence Welk, Classic musicals, stuffed animals, animated toys, strategy games, jigsaw puzzles, word finds, italian food,
  • Doctrine /Affiliation
    Spiritual

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  • Occupation
    music ministrer for the elderly
  • Website URL
    http://www.worldfamilyministries.1hwy.com

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    www.spirituniversity.wordpress.com
  1. Thanks to all for your kindness and support. Kingfisher, that was beautiful. Thank you for sharing. I will pass this song along to my family in hope that it will comfort them as much as it has me.
  2. Hi Vicki,

    I believe the topic you are referring to is The choice to be in the Spirituality section.

    Thank you for your kindness, It's good to see you. I hope you enjoy your time here.

    Peace and Blessings

  3. I need to work on navigating in here(due to error messages), but I am too tired right now. I really hope to meet up with you soon, I am inspired:) Rest well, Vicki

  4. Reverend Irma,I love your postings. You are quite gifted. I had been reading one earlier, and can't find it now (new here). I wanted to share it with my spiritual partner. It was regarding a question you had based on the book Conversations with God. Why we would choose to come into a life of any sort of suffering. I loved it, I loved the feedback also. Can you help me find it? Thanks, Vicki

  5. So many times I have heard a news report of neighbors calling police because of a foul smell coming from an apartment and then a body is discovered. I have always wondered why some one wasn't alerted before the decomposition progressed to such an extent. Where was the decedant's family and friends? On the 25th of January, I received a call from my brother alerting me that my cousin had been found this way. His body was so badly decomposed that the coroner could not determine cause of death without an autopsy. My cousin, Dickie, named after his father, is the first born son of my mother's young
  6. Baby, its cold outside

    1. Kingfisher

      Kingfisher

      Expecting record cold in upstate NY.. wind chill may reach -50°F tonight!

  7. Books, Books, Books, So Many Books. Doing a lot of reading

  8. I don't know what is going on there. I haven't been here in a while. Do you miss her? I think you are getting paranoid.
  9. Saying it does not make it so, does not make it false, either
  10. I agree, but I have had days when everything seemed to go wrong, and I was on the receiving end of alot of negative energy. At a time like that, being treated with consideration by one passing stranger can make all the difference in the quality of the over all day. I consider that healing energy. It won't cure cancer, but it made the day better.
  11. You have lost me completely here. I have been speaking about my journey, yes. but, I would be happy to listen as you discuss yours.
  12. I will be 51 in March. For 50 years I have lived allowing my ego and automatic programming to lead me. I haven't cared if I hurt anyone's feelings as long as I spoke my truth. I fought every sacrifice I had to make, I resented and hated my fellow man to the extent that I would want certain members of the species dead. I think 50 years of living like that is enough. The goal I have in mind requires a 100% committment on my part. I cannot be a part time spiritualist. I wouldn't want to be. I enjoy the freedom too much. I understand the ad nauseum and laughed out loud when I read it. I know what
  13. True, we all do this. Again, it is a human characteristic. But, on my journey I need to be mindful of the weight of my verdicts. Often I find I criticize others for things that I am guilty of myself. This isn't justice, in my mind, for if I cannot ween a particular inclination from my behavior, I have no right to judge another for the same inclination. In my mind, this makes understanding myself to be of paramount importance. For if I can understand myself, I may be that much closer to understanding you and (hopefully) that understanding will lead to peace.
  14. I agree with you in your surmation of the "heal every heart" statement", I don't interpret it literally so much as philosophically. I am not capable of healing you, I can, however, assert myself to be mindful that I do not add injury to your wound. For instance, you and I are strangers. We know nothing about one another's hearts. You may be happy, or you could be in heartbreak. I don't know and it is not my place to know so the best way I can honor your feelings is to not cause you pain. In my mind it is like that saying, and I am probably misquoting but it goes something like this: smile at e